After yet another wintry day on Thursday, it's time to treat yourself to something other than shoveling snow. Friday brings with it some worthwhile events around town. Hopefully more snow will stay away.
1. First, you have to admit the snow can be beautiful, no matter the headache it causes. We have a really beautiful photo gallery by a East Hampton photographer, Greg Hollmann, posting Friday morning. He captured some great after-storm photos around town. Welcome to Patch, Greg.
2. will pay tribute to singer-songwriter Debbie Friedman, who sang mainly music based in the Jewish religion, after at 6 p.m. Friedman died on Jan. 9.
3. The 's Winter 2011 lectures continues on Friday night with "" at . Richard Barons, the historical society's director, will talk about the crafts made during 19th century whaling and show some of the wood carvings and miniature cabinetwork in the collection. Reservations are requested though, so if you're interested call for one. The lecture begins at 7 p.m.
's Picture Show on Friday night is starring Cary Grant, Tony Curtis, and Joan O'Brien. Make a night of it with someone special. The "Dinner and a Movie" package is available at for $25.
5. At the on Friday night, there are two shows. , a group of eighth graders from further west on the island and known as NTOR, will give a performance of covers from the likes of The Beatles, Journey, The Police, and others starting at 8 p.m. Next up is the ever-popular at 10 p.m.